Introduction to economics (EE 210, EC 210, BS 360) - Updated 15 August 2017


Fall, 2017 Syllabus for EC 210 (SPD Students)

Syllabus for BS 360 (BAS Students)

Old Syllabi

EE 210 BMIR Syllabus - Fall 2016
BS 360 BAS Syllabus - Fall 2016
EE 210 BMIR Syllabus - Fall 2015
EE 210 SPD Syllabus - Fall 2015
BS 360 BAS Syllabus - Fall 2015


LAW MIDTERM RESULTS Posted 6:30 A.M. 12 OCT 2018
SPD MIDTERM RESULTS UPDATED Posted 11:30 A.M. 14 October 2018
BAS MIDTERM RESULTS UPDATED 12:20 P.M. 14 October UPDATED WITH GRADES 11:00 p.m. 15 October 2018

Lecture Notes and Article Links

1: Chapter 1 - Ten Principles of Economics
2: Chapter 2 - Thinking like an Economist
Chapter 3 - Interdependence and the Gains from Trade
3: Chapter 4 - The Market Forces of Supply and Demand
4: Chapter 5 - Elasticity and its Application
5: Chapter 6 - Supply and Demand and the Government
6: Chapter 7 - Consumers, Producers, and the Efficiency of Markets
7: Chapter 10 - Public Goods (From the Micro Book)
8: Chapter 11 - Externalities (from the Micro Book)
Midterm Sample Questions I will post some answers tonight
or maybe I will do so this afternoon of the next day.. Sample answers
9: Midterm
Midterm study guide, sample questions, etc.

Topics Covered Since the Midterm Exam
10: The U.S. Social Security System (holding doc, will be expanded)
11: >The Banking and Insurance System
12: The Origins of the Common-Law
The Coase Theorum
Skipped Chapter 10 - Measuring a Nation's Income - Skipped
Skipped Chapter 11 - Measuring the Cost of Living - Skipped
13 Chapter 12 - Production and Growth
Chapter 15 - Unemployment
Skipped: Chapter 13 - Saving, Investment and the Financial System Skipped
Skipped: Chapter 16 - The Monetary System Skipped
14: Chapter 17 - Money Growth and Inflation
15: Chapter 20 - Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
16: Chapter 21 - The Influence of Fiscal and Monetary Policy on AD/AS
17: The Median Voter Theory

Study Guides for the Final Exam (UPDATED: 10 December 2018 11:45 a.m.)
UPDATE: Problems fixed with access (thanks for the call somebody)

Part 1. Sectors of the Economy
Part 2. Review questions for Supply and Demand
Part 3. Discrete Variables (employment, inflation, etc.
Part 4. Aggregate Supply and Aggregate Demand

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